Stone Sculpture in Zimbabwe: Context, Content & Form
Zimbabwe’s stone sculpture is unique, not only because of its individual form and content, which is highly valued and acclaimed in the art centers of the world, but because it springs from indigenous talent that lay hidden until the 1960s. How could such creativity and craftsmanship suddenly flower? What is the inspiration that guides the artist? Who are the individuals who fashion stone into sculpture that is unlike anything produced anywhere else in the world? How did this movement begin, and where and how has it matured and advanced its creative boundaries? This book provides the answers to these fascinating questions, and is an introduction for art lovers that is likely to become a standard work for students of the genre.
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